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    Oh yes...I could get rid of it with film scanning software no probs...but I quite like it as it is)
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    With a little care, you would be surprised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinitus View Post
    Oh yes...I could get rid of it with film scanning software no probs...but I quite like it as it is)
    You don't need film scanning software to get rid of it, you just need to refine your film developing technique. I have been developing film for nigh on 50 years and I have never had dust and scratches on my negatives. You just need to treat the film with care and dry in a dust free environment. Your Hasselblad and Mamiya C330 deserve it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamS View Post
    You don't need film scanning software to get rid of it, you just need to refine your film developing technique. I have been developing film for nigh on 50 years and I have never had dust and scratches on my negatives. You just need to treat the film with care and dry in a dust free environment. Your Hasselblad and Mamiya C330 deserve it.
    Any photos to show please?

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    Here 'ya go....

    These are all 35mm.





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    That's a pure beauty..can watch analog photos all day long...
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    These are all 35mm.






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    Thanks for the kind words, Erikas.
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    What is the camera and glass please?
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    These are all 35mm.






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    Very nice pics Graham, I especially like the docked ship, but they all invoke some thought! Thanks for sharing!
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